19-23 Sept 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Mugnai & Modirrousta-Galian, RAPOC : the Rosseland and Planck opacity converter. A user-friendly and fast opacity program for Python
  • (abs, pdf) Benavides et al., Origin and evolution of ultra-diffuse galaxies in different environments
  • (abs, pdf) Katz & Krassner, 3 MHz Space Observatory
  • (abs, pdf) Wang et al., Towards Super-resolution via Iterative multi-exposure Coaddition
  • (abs, pdf) Satyavolu et al., The need for obscured supermassive black hole growth to explain quasar proximity zones in the epoch of reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Choudhury, A Short Introduction to Reionization Physics
  • (abs, pdf) Chang et al., Report of the Topical Group on Cosmic Frontier 5 Dark Energy and Cosmic Acceleration: Cosmic Dawn and Before for Snowmass 2021
  • (abs, pdf) Filion et al., Faint Stars in a Faint Galaxy: II. The Low Mass Stellar Initial Mass Function of the Bo\"otes I Ultrafaint Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy
  • (abs, pdf) Yamaguchi et al., The extent of metal enrichment from galactic winds during the Cosmic Dawn
  • (abs, pdf) Gültekin et al., Intermediate-mass black holes and the fundamental plane of black hole accretion

12-16 Sept 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Dekel et al., Conditions for Clump Survival in High-z Disc Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Driskell et al., Structure Formation and the Global 21-cm Signal in the Presence of Coulomb-like Dark Matter-Baryon Interactions
  • (abs, pdf) Bose & Deason, The progenitor galaxies of stellar haloes as "failed" Milky Ways
  • (abs, pdf) Di Cesare et al., The assembly of dusty galaxies at $z \geq 4$: the build-up of stellar mass and its scaling relations with hints from early JWST data
  • (abs, pdf) Gil-Pons et al., Nucleosynthetic yields of intermediate-mass primordial to extremely metal-poor stars
  • (abs, pdf) Andersson et al., INFERNO: Galactic winds in dwarf galaxies with star-by-star simulations including runaway stars
  • (abs, pdf) Jiang, Multi-group Radiation Magneto-hydrodynamics based on Discrete Ordinates including Compton Scattering
  • (abs, pdf) Lee et al., The Two $z\sim 13$ Galaxy Candidates HD1 and HD2 Are Likely Not Lensed
  • (abs, pdf) Lovell & Zavala, Matching the mass function of Milky Way satellites in competing dark matter models
  • (abs, pdf) Ziparo et al., Blue Monsters. Why are JWST super-early, massive galaxies so blue?
  • (abs, pdf) Onoue et al., A Candidate of a Least-Massive Black Hole at the First 1.1 Billion Years of the Universe
  • (abs, pdf) Magg et al., A-SLOTH: Ancient Stars and Local Observables by Tracing Halos
  • (abs, pdf) Green et al., Snowmass Theory Frontier: Astrophysics and Cosmology
  • (abs, pdf) Cooley et al., Report of the Topical Group on Particle Dark Matter for Snowmass 2021

09 Sept 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Gutcke et al., LYRA III: The smallest Reionization survivors
  • (abs, pdf) Sun et al., First Sample of H$\alpha$+[O III] $\lambda$5007 Line Emitters at $z > 6$ through JWST/NIRCam Slitless Spectroscopy: Physical Properties and Line Luminosity Functions
  • (abs, pdf) Hirano et al., Magnetic Effects Promote Supermassive Star Formation in Metal-enriched Atomic-cooling Halos
  • (abs, pdf) Elbers & van de Weygaert, Persistent topology of the reionization bubble network. II: Evolution & Classification
  • (abs, pdf) Wimberly et al., A model of mentorship for students from historically underrepresented groups in STEM

07 Sept 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Massonneau et al., How the super-Eddington regime affects black hole spin evolution in high-redshift galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Kowkabany et al., Discovery of an Ultra Lithium-rich Metal-Poor Red Giant star
  • (abs, pdf) Zwick et al., Direct collapse of exceptionally heavy black holes in the merger-driven scenario
  • (abs, pdf) Nadler et al., Symphony: Cosmological Zoom-in Simulation Suites over Four Decades of Host Halo Mass
  • (abs, pdf) Gómez-Vargas et al., Neural Networks Optimized by Genetic Algorithms in Cosmology

02 Sept 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Ricci et al., BASS XXXVII: The role of radiative feedback in the growth and obscuration properties of nearby supermassive black holes
  • (abs, pdf) Angus et al., A fast rising tidal disruption event from a candidate intermediate mass black hole
  • (abs, pdf) Wirth et al., The giants that were born swiftly — Implications of the top-heavy stellar initial mass function on the birth conditions of globular clusters